Category Archives: Grannie Vee

Everything’s bigger in Texas – including the number of photos in this post!

We spent the first week in August in Dallas, Texas visiting Brian’s family. Great fun was had by all…especially Liam. Of course, I took tons of photos. AIRPORT Carpet snack while waiting to board. The better part of a four dollar bag of chips ended up on this carpet. Nice. Taking photos onboard to pass…

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Love You

“Love You”The Free Design(Thanks to my lovely friend Hannah for sharing it with me!)Give a little time for the child within you,don’t be afraid to be young and free.Undo the locks and throw away the keysand take off your shoes and socks, and run you.La, la, la…Give a little time for the child within you,don’t…

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I’ve been slacking again.

Waiting days between posts. Cheating with memes. There’s been a dearth of Liam photos, and for that I apologize. What can I say in my defense? It’s summer, dude. There have still been playdates, and Play-Doh and air hockey and baseball and bike riding and Lincoln Logs, I assure you. And, wonder of wonders, the…

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Humptey Dumptey rides for free.

Yep, still sick. 101.5 temp at lunchtime. I called the nurse at the Peds office, and she said to give it 24 hrs more for the fever to go away…if he’s got one in the morning, in we go to rule out a Secondary Infection. (Thank goodness for Saturday Morning Office Hours!) You can tell…

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More Random Holiday Photos

We saw the Holiday Lights at the Beach! We made Bavarian Springerle Cookies using Liam’s Great Great Great Aunt Kate’s rolling pin! We went to Colonial Williamsburg… …and Mama is realizing that she needs to get herself in more photos. Sheese.

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Christmas Recap

Has it been a week already? Whew, time flies when you’re having fun! We had a great Christmas – hope you did, too! Brian’s Mom (Liam’s “Grannie Vee”) came to spend it with us, and we had lots of fun. (…when we weren’t dealing with the rotten Tummy Bug that Liam developed on the 26th,…

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